Championship Live Streaming Schedule : Cardiff v Bristol, Crystal Palace v Middlesbrough, Derby v Wolves, Forest v Bolton all available to watch
February 16, 2013 · 0 Comments
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The FA Cup fifth round might take centre stage this weekend, but there are still seven matches in the Championship taking place and at this stage of the season, every game is vital.
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The early kick-off on Saturday sees league-leaders Cardiff City entertain Bristol City, who currently sit in 23rd position.
Cardiff can move nine points clear at the top if they claim an expected three points here, but the Robins will not be easy to beat as they are fighting for their lives and have won three out of their last four.
Unsurprisingly, the home side are the 4/7 favourites to come out on top. It should be a superb encounter that sets the tone for the rest of the day in the Championship.
There are then six games getting underway at 3PM and Hull City can make sure they stay in second place with a win at home to Charlton Athletic.
The Tigers had an important win over Derby County during the week and should be full of confidence, so 7/8 might be good value on a home victory.
Charlton haven’t won in three matches either and are now ten points off the play-offs, so might struggle here.
Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough lock horns in what is arguably the game of the day on Saturday as these two sit in fifth and sixth respectively right now.
Boro finally ended their four-game losing streak with a hard-fought win over Leeds United last time out and Palace have taken four points from their last two matches, so both should be in decent spirits here. A draw could be a good bet at 5/2.
The winner could have an automatic promotion place back in their sites, whereas the loser might be looking over their shoulders come the end of the day.
Nottingham Forest have lost their last three and you feel as though they have to beat Bolton Wanderers at the City Ground on Saturday if they are to keep their play-off hopes alive.
Bolton have won just once in their last five though, so neither side are in the best of form, which could make for a cagey affair here.
Ipswich Town’s poor run of one win in six has meant they are now just a point clear of the bottom three and only a win will do for Mick McCarthy when his men take on Blackpool at Portman Road.
Blackpool still have a slim chance of making the top six if they go on a superb run and they will come to East Anglia knowing they need the points. Blackpool can be backed at 15/8.
Derby Country can move up into eighth position when they host Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
Wolves are in abysmal form at the moment as they haven’t won in eight and are only out of the relegation zone on goal difference. They have to take something from Pride Park this weekend.
The final game to look at sees Watford head to Birmingham City in what should be a superb match between two in-form sides.
Birmingham have gone on a run of five games unbeaten, but are still just four points clear of the bottom three, so they must continue to pick up points, whereas Watford could move into the top two if Hull lose at home to Charlton.
It is all to play for in the Championship on Saturday.
By Joe Rooney